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HUM 150: American Women's Studies

A guide to using Library resources when conducting research in American Women's Studies. You'll find links to the best tools and sources available, and step by step instructions for conducting Humanities research in this topic area.

CCCC Writing Center

CCCC has an excellent writing that can help you to navigate the writing process, including drafting your paper, creating a thesis, and citing your research. Use the link below to learn more about how the writing center can help you. 

Citation Resources

Citation resources can be found both online and in the library. Purdue OWL is an excellent online for information about how to cite a variety of sources, and the site provides examples for common APA and MLA citations. You can also find APA and MLA handbooks in all of the campus libraries. Go to the information desk at your respective library to request to use the handbook you need.